There is so much debate about this one, but the answer that makes most sense to me is that it comes from the Greek phrase Όλα Καλά or Ola Kala, meaning "All Good."

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interesting!

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Very ;)

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Well so far, all the other answers I found sounded more like theory, but this one seems to have some substance.

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there are many views on this one<br />
okey dokey..an early american saying believed to have come from a native american word from the <br />
Choctaw tribe meaning the same thing as the word OK in modern times.

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it was from the 17th century for ******* rule (our special place). but that kind of public talk was frown on so the females would type OR and over time the top of the R faded.<br />
In the 20th century it read OK add it became part of today's language

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Octogenarian Kangaroos.

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Okra<br />
Old Kite<br />
Overused Kryptonite<br />
Old ketchup

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My Home state OKlahoma U.S.A.

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2 letters of the english alphabet

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Okay

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That's fine.

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